The vicious cycle of imbalance between cyber attackers and defenders seems never-ending. Defenders continue to develop and implement new tools to prevent, detect, monitor and remediate cyber threats while attackers simultaneously develop new attack techniques to thwart defenses, which for all intents and purposes gives them the upper hand.

But a new concept, originally conceived by DHS.gov, is creating a new paradigm in cyber defense that can for the first time potentially shift the power to the defenders for good. Known as Moving Target Defense (MTD), this concept creates confusion for bad actors by introducing a dynamic, constantly evolving attack surface across multiple system dimensions to increase uncertainty and complicate attacks. Ultimately, hackers cannot hit what they cannot see.

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